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  1. What You Need To Know About Pet Transport to Europe

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  2. New Rules For Pet Travel In Europe- Post Brexit

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  3. Pet Travel to Europe Latest Advice

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  4. Pet Travel to Europe: Rules & Tips

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  5. Brexit: what to do if you travel with pets in Europe

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  1. Travelling with pets and other animals in the EU

    Travelling with pets: dogs, cats and ferrets. EU rules make it easy to travel to another EU country (in this case the 27 EU countries + Norway and Northern Ireland) with your dog, cat or ferret. These rules also cover travel to the EU from a country or territory outside the EU. With a few exceptions, your pet can travel with you to another EU ...

  2. Taking your pet dog, cat or ferret abroad: Travelling to an EU country

    Travelling with more than 5 pets. You cannot take more than 5 pets to an EU country or Northern Ireland unless you're attending or training for a: competition. show. sporting event. You'll ...

  3. Everything you need to know about traveling with pets to Europe

    Having an EU pet passport eliminates this step and allows Poppy to travel freely to EU countries — as well as Switzerland, Norway and much of the Balkans — for the next three years. This is a great cost-cutting measure for travelers who frequently visit Europe with a pet. Getting an EU passport for Poppy in Spain was much easier than I ...

  4. Rules and Tips for Travelling to Europe With Pets

    EU Points of Entry for Travelers with Pets. Travelers with pets from Part 2 listed and unlisted countries will have to pass through a designated travelers' point of entry in the EU. Pet animals entering an EU country from a territory or a third country listed in Part 1 are not required to pass through a travelers' point of entry.

  5. New rules for pet travel from 1 January 2021

    The only new requirement for travel to the EU is the use of a certificate, rather than a pet passport: Ensure their dog, cat or ferret is microchipped. Ensure that their dog, cat or ferret is ...

  6. Pet Passports

    The purpose of the EU Pet Passport is to simplify travel between EU Member States, but the EU has also allowed it to be used for pets returning to the EU from other countries as long as it is a non-commercial movement (i.e., no more than 5 animals, the animals are not changing ownership or intended for resale, and the animals are moving within ...

  7. Movement of pets

    The adoption of harmonised rules on travelling with pets has made it easier for EU citizens and their dogs, cats or ferrets to enjoy the freedom of movement within the Union. This significant step was made possible by dramatic advances made in the fight against rabies. For movement between EU countries or from non-EU countries vaccination ...

  8. Brexit: How has pet travel to EU countries been affected?

    The EU pet passport (which cost between £30 and £60) entitled the pet to travel to and from the EU up to 28 times with no specified time limit, provided the rabies vaccination remained valid.

  9. How to Travel to Europe with a Pet: All the Requirements and 9 Tips to

    3. Check-in counter. At the check-in counter, the airport worker weighs the carrier with a pet inside and gives the owner a ticket to pay. A person can't get a boarding pass without paying a fee that varies depending on the animal and the airline company. 4.

  10. Ultimate Guide: Bringing Your Dog to Europe from US in 2024

    It really all depends on when you're traveling and where you're traveling to. However, bringing your dog on a flight in the cabin usually costs around $125 to $250. Whereas transporting them in the cargo hold can usually be well over $1,000. For international pet shipping, licensed companies usually charge between $1,000 and $6,000.

  11. How To Fly With Pets To Europe

    If arriving from a non-EU country by air, pets can only enter at Paris, Lyon, Toulouse, Marseille, Nice, or Reunion airports. Rabies vaccinations can't be administered before puppies or kittens are 12 weeks old, meaning traveling to France with young animals may not be feasible. Mastiffs and pit bulls are prohibited.

  12. How to travel with a pet abroad after Brexit

    New pet travel rules after January 1, 2021. From January 1, 2021, the UK has Part 2 listed status under the EU Pet Travel Scheme. People travelling from Great Britain (England, Scotland and Wales) to the EU and Northern Ireland with their pets and assistance dogs now need to follow new requirements.

  13. Taking pets abroad after Brexit

    Taking pets abroad after Brexit. Travelling abroad to EU countries and Northern Ireland (NI) with your pet cat, ferret or dog changed on 1 January 2021. Any pet passports issued in Great Britain (England, Scotland and Wales), including the Channel Islands and Isle of Man, are now invalid for travel to an EU country or Northern Ireland. You can ...

  14. Pet Travel

    Find out if your pet qualifies to travel. Your animal doesn't qualify for pet travel and is subject to different import regulations and export regulations if you: Don't see your pet listed below. Are exporting semen or embryos from any animal. Have a pet that's considered livestock or poultry, like pigs or chickens.

  15. Pet travel after Brexit: taking a dog to the EU could cost £300 a time

    Pet passports issued in Great Britain are no longer valid for travel to EU countries (you can still use a pet passport issued in an EU country, Northern Ireland or a few other places but check it ...

  16. How to get an EU Pet Passport [All You Need to Know]

    An EU Pet Passport is a compilation of documents that your pet needs in order to travel to EU countries. With an EU pet passport, your dog, cat or ferret will be able to travel freely through the EU without enduring a quarantine period. Essentially, a pet passport demonstrates that your pet is fit and healthy to travel.

  17. What is The Pet Travel Scheme (PETS)? [All you need to know]

    Pets traveling to an EU country from an unlisted country. When traveling from an unlisted country to a listed country, your pet will be able to avoid quarantine as long as you follow the EU entry requirements (microchip, rabies vaccination, blood sample at least 30 days after vaccination). You will then wait a further three months after the ...

  18. Pet Travel: Europe

    Bringing your pet dog, cat or ferret into Ireland from another EU country or certain listed countries, including Northern Ireland. The pet must arrive in Ireland with their owner.If the owner cannot travel with the pet directly, then someone else (an authorised person) may travel with the pet directly on the owner's behalf, BUT only if the owner's own journey is within 5 days of the pet ...

  19. International Pet Travel

    1 Large or. 2 Medium or. 2 Small or. 1 Small and 1 Medium. 100 lbs. (45kg) * For aircraft that have only one class cabin, a maximum of 4 kennels per aircraft is allowed. **Live animals are prohibited on all flights operating outside of the U.S. except Canada. To make sure your pet is taken care of, prior arrangements are necessary with all the ...

  20. Pet travel from the United States to Germany

    The following applies to pet birds traveling to the EU in a group of five or less. Identification of the pet birds. Pet birds must have an identification number such as a clip, leg band, microchip (transponder), or tag; or; If the pet birds will be moved to an approved quarantine establishment (Option 3 below), a description of the birds is ...

  21. gov

    Cats, dogs and ferrets must comply with the rules for pet travel as outlined in sections above. Pets from non-EU countries must enter through a designated Travellers Point of Entry (TPOE) after providing advance notice and undergo a compliance check on arrival. TPOEs are: Dublin Port. Dublin Airport.

  22. Pet Travel: OutsideEU

    Please note this is between EU Member States only, and not to travel out of the EU and back in again. If the pet leaves the EU at any stage, then a new health certificate signed by an official vet within the last ten days is required to re-enter the EU, and all the other rules re vaccination and tapeworm etc will apply. 4.

  23. Traveling with dogs to the U.S.? The new CDC rules you'll ...

    All dogs coming into the U.S. from other countries must be at least 6 months old and microchipped to help prevent the spread of rabies, according to new government rules published Wednesday. The ...

  24. If you're importing a dog into the U.S., new rules apply : Shots ...

    But, U.S pet owners shouldn't panic, says Dr. Emily Pieracci, a CDC veterinary medicine officer."This really isn't a big change," she says. "It sounds like a lot, but not when you break it down ...

  25. Travel alerts

    Find international travel requirements, including any forms you might need to complete. See what travel documents you need for your destination, including visa, passport, and health info. Travel to and from certain airports might be impacted. View our Travel Alerts page for the most up-to-date information about your flight options.

  26. Traveling with dogs to the US? The new rules you'll need to follow

    NEW YORK (AP) — All dogs coming into the U.S. from other countries must be at least 6 months old and microchipped to help prevent the spread of rabies, according to new government rules published Wednesday. The new rules require vaccination for dogs that have been in countries where rabies is common. The update applies to dogs brought in by ...

  27. CDC announces tight restrictions for dogs traveling to the US

    0:45. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced new restrictions Wednesday on dogs traveling to the U.S., which some say will make it harder for families returning to the country ...

  28. From August 1, 2024, Onward: What Your Dog Needs to Enter the United

    Travel Checklist for dogs that have been ONLY in countries that are dog rabies-free or low-risk in the 6 months before entry; 60-90 days before travel: Verify dog will be at least 6 months old on day of travel. Get dog microchipped or have a veterinarian verify its microchip number. Make sure the microchip number is listed on all veterinary ...

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    Aurora seen in Atlanta area around 10:30 p.m. ET. (Emily Smith/CNN) A stunning aurora, caused by a severe geomagnetic storm, is painting the sky shades of pink, purple and green as it spreads into ...